2 Entire 1958-59 Huntington, 4 early Carver Class Photos- and greeting from Rev. Bill Say

Hello Classmates. Been a long dry spell between emails. Please feel free to contact me with anything that may be of interest to classmates. During this stressful Covid-19 time, the sense of community that this Class has is special. Don’t be shy!!

The Rev. Bill Say sent a brief email: Hello–

Wow, what a treat to do some trips down memory lane!  I am living with my wife, Ann, of 53 years in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, near Kansas City.  Lots of history to share, would love to reconnect with SMHS friends.

Blessings,

Rev. Bill Say

And Stephen Schlanser contributed several class photos: 2 photos of the entire Class from Huntington School, 1958-1959. Photo 1 and Photo 2. And then 4 more photos from Carver School: Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. Pavelko, Mrs. Harris, and Mrs. Wasmendorf?? Can you find yourself!!

Re. William Say

Hello–

     Wow, what a treat to do some trips down memory lane!  I am living with my wife, Ann, of 53 years in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, near Kansas City.  Lots of history to share, would love to reconnect with SMHS friends.

Blessings,

Rev. Bill Say

CARVER ELEMERNTRY CLASS PHOTS: 1-6 Grade

Greetings from Seattle! I hope that this email finds for all well.

More Elementary school photos! Karen Jacobi Wilson provided 6 photos for CARVER SCHOOL, grades 1 through 6. CLICK here to view- it may be 15 seconds or so for the web page to fully load. And see Carver Kindergarten here. Only one photo has names.

I encourage anyone that has class news to send it to je for publication.

Hope you all have a great summer

IN MEMORIUM: Dick Beman

Dick Beman passed away on January 13, 2021. From life-time friend Charlene Hammill: Dick never married, no children.  He has a much younger sister, Ann, SMHS ’85.   Ann lives in Kernville, CA.  Also a brother Bill, SMHS ’62. I believe Bill lives in Orange County.   Dick lived for a number of years in Targhee, WY.   I don’t believe he went to any of our class reunions.  I know he came to San Marino for our 40th class reunion but ended up not going.  I have known Dick since we were 3 years old, our families lived on the West side of town before both families moved to San Marino.  He was a very private guy.  Every Christmas he would send me a hand drawn card.  He was a talented artist.  He loved the outdoors.  He passed away at his assisted living facility in California.

He was a nice guy. 

From Randy Huey

Randy Huey asks: Please let me (us) know if any of our resident historians have put names to the class picture. I was amazed that I could name about 25, but that was it.

Anyone with a little, or a lot, of spare time 🙂

From John Pyle

From John Pyle: My daughter and granddaughter bare living in Israel and my son is at the university of Michigan working on a phd in econ and a jd, my life is pretty boring.

From Randy Huey

From Randy Huey:

Thanks Chris and John for the wonderful HEH 8th grade class picture. My sisters and I had a good hour’s worth of fun with it. You are doing a fantastic job with the SMHS’63 website. Stay safe and Merry Christmas. 

From Judi Haley Schoppmann

From Judi Haley Schoppmann: Thank you for your newest update on our class.  It’s always fun to receive and read new stuff about our dwindling class.  I, for one, appreciate it very much.  I especially LOVED your description of your Thanksgiving dinner – got a great laugh out of that.

From Mary Noel Pepys

From Mary Noel Pepys: I absolutely love the 8th grade photo.  It was pure joy to look at so many faces I immediately remember.   What fortunate kids we were.   A shout-out to John Bare!  

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